Schneider Shorts 13.01.2023 – confidential whitewashing in Australia, hallmarks of fraud in Cell, Nature journals welcome Count Facula and a Greek cheater, with FDA’s new Alzheimer’s drug, a German editor who can’t stop papermilling, an Italian art lover in Ohio, and why Smut Clyde will never get full credit.
Schneider Shorts 25.11.2022 – how money trumps basic medical ethics for elite London universities, a Belgian failed scientist doing business in Korea, retractions overdue, forgiven or unavoided, plus horse racing, an Israeli image integrity software doing what it should, and a cool research integrity workshop in Liverpool.
“Having reviewed the Conflict of Interest disclosures made by Professor Frost, Professor Holmes and Dr Garcia-Perez, and having also reviewed additional information concerning their company, Melico, […] the College is satisfied that they have no undisclosed or unmanageable conflicts of interests” – Arts Bachelor (Honours)
Schneider Shorts 16.09.2022 – Israelis solve COVID-19 and lab-grown meat, Danes solve obesity and autism, a Californian Persian solves diabetes, with a harassed editor, an unretractable Schrödinger’s paper, Temple fraud on national news, how much Dr Oz loves puppies, more eugenics endorsement from EMBL, and a persecuted dirty old man in Marseille with a sperm bank.
Schneider Shorts of 29.07.2022 – a German GP sells a miracle cure for long covid, Science decrees where covid came from, how to bribe your way to FDA approval, with a corrected papermill forgery, two snowflakes, a frustrated whistleblower, even more unconditional support for science fraudsters and finally, with amazing scientific discoveries from USA on the topic of old age.
Schneider Shorts 8.07.2022 – why Schneider can never be a proper investigative journo like certain others, why white doctors are protected in UK, plus rascists in space, Ferrara bully still free from retractions, a hangover pill, various papermills, and a Wake Forest regmed genius taking the piss.
Schneider Shorts 24.06.2022 – bad choices in Dresden end with research misconduct findings, where the money for heart stem cell research went, nicotine and Photoshop fraud fail in clinical trials, with the most authoritative papermill guidelines, a coronavirus zapper from Italy, and a plant science professor who wasn’t so great after all.